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Re: Is Koh on crack?
tooltalk   4/30/2014 1:17:36 PM
ok, I don't want to drag out this conversation, but I have to disagree.

The jury trial is being held in SJ, 15 miles away from Apple's HQ. There are peer reviewed studies, Xenophobia in American Court by Kimberly Moore, showing that jury trials favor domestic litigants 63% of the time, whereas domestic & foreign litigants have equal success rate with judges.  This is precisely why Apple requested a jury trial and attempted to play with jury's xenophobic bias last time around -- and warned by judge Koh.  This is also explains why Apple lawsuits have been far less successful in non-US courts.

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